Tuna is delicious and delicious. It is very popular among fitness people because of its low-fat, low-calorie, and protein-rich properties. Almost every fitness expert can casually tell you how to make tuna in several ways.
Although tuna is not a common food on our Chinese tables compared to small yellow croaker, crucian carp, and hairtail. But it is very popular in places like Japan, Western Europe, and the United States. Whether it's sashimi, tuna sushi, tuna salad, or grilled tuna, it's a very common practice, and many people also like to use canned tuna with sandwiches for breakfast.
Although fresh tuna is nutritious and delicious, its price remains high. Because tuna needs to be kept extremely cold during storage, transportation, and sale, storage is not easy. And because tuna itself can eat and swim, artificial breeding requires a large amount of feed and sufficient breeding space, and the risks and costs of breeding are high. Expensive transportation and small breeding scale prevent its price from being affordable to the masses.
Fresh tuna is perishable, but canning it not only avoids waste but also reduces transportation and storage costs. It also makes canned tuna much cheaper than fresh tuna, so canned tuna has become a more mainstream way of eating.
Classification of canned tuna：
Common canned tuna is roughly divided into three categories: water-soaked, oil-soaked, and flavor-enhanced. Water-soaked cans are lighter and suitable for salads or sandwiches; oil-soaked cans have a smooth taste and full flavor, making them more suitable for pizza, fried rice, or pasta; flavor-enhanced cans are made by adding some spicy, five-spice, mustard, etc. Condiments are healthy and nutritious and meet the various requirements of foodies.
The canned tuna production process：
The production process of canned tuna is rough as follows: defrost the raw fish → cook and cut the whole fish → peel and remove the blood and meat that does not taste good → cut into pieces and fill them with a filling machine → then fill with water or oil → Sealing vacuum → high-temperature sterilization → packaging and transportation is a completely standardized industrial process, so the production of canned tuna is relatively stable. If you want to engage in canned tuna production, Niwei Machinery can plan and design this series of automated canning production line equipment for you.
LWT has done many science popularizations before. Not only does the canned food contain no preservatives, but the nutritional value of the food is well preserved. So don’t think too much, just eat the convenient and nutritious canned tuna you want!
LWT can also provide you with equipment and plant planning and design such as canned production lines for other fish (croaker, hairtail, dace), canned meat production lines, fresh-cut fruit and vegetable production lines, and filling production lines. Welcome to consult!
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